thedeathmerchant:

Photos sent to Richard Ramirez.

Lisa Robin Kelly (March 5 1970 - August 14 2013)

- Richard Ramirez

dichotomization:

119 people died at the Winecoff in the worst hotel fire in U.S. history. When the fire started on the third floor at 3:30 in the morning, many guests didn’t even know it until their rooms filled with smoke. Fire ladders reached only to the 7th floor of the 15-story hotel. Arnold Hardy, student at GA Tech, won a Pulitzer for a pic he snapped of a woman in mid-air who had jumped from the 11th floor. She miraculously survived, but 119 jumped to their deaths or were burned beyond recognition.

dichotomization:

119 people died at the Winecoff in the worst hotel fire in U.S. history. When the fire started on the third floor at 3:30 in the morning, many guests didn’t even know it until their rooms filled with smoke. Fire ladders reached only to the 7th floor of the 15-story hotel. Arnold Hardy, student at GA Tech, won a Pulitzer for a pic he snapped of a woman in mid-air who had jumped from the 11th floor. She miraculously survived, but 119 jumped to their deaths or were burned beyond recognition.

crimesandkillers:

On June 18, Dahmer picked up a 19-year-old hitchhiker named Stephen Hicks. Dahmer lured the youth to his house on the pretext of the pair drinking alcohol together. Hicks, who had been hitchhiking to a rock concert in Lockwood Corners, agreed to accompany Dahmer to his house. According to Dahmer, after several hours’ drinking and listening to music, Hicks informed Dahmer he “wanted to leave and [I] didn’t want him to.” In response, Dahmer bludgeoned the youth with a 10 lb. dumbbell. Dahmer later stated he struck the youth twice from behind with the dumbbell as he (Hicks) sat upon a chair. When Hicks fell unconscious, Dahmer strangled the youth to death with the bar of the dumbbell, then stripped the clothes from Hicks’s body before masturbating as he stood above the corpse.

crimesandkillers:

On June 18, Dahmer picked up a 19-year-old hitchhiker named Stephen Hicks. Dahmer lured the youth to his house on the pretext of the pair drinking alcohol together. Hicks, who had been hitchhiking to a rock concert in Lockwood Corners, agreed to accompany Dahmer to his house. According to Dahmer, after several hours’ drinking and listening to music, Hicks informed Dahmer he “wanted to leave and [I] didn’t want him to.” In response, Dahmer bludgeoned the youth with a 10 lb. dumbbell. Dahmer later stated he struck the youth twice from behind with the dumbbell as he (Hicks) sat upon a chair. When Hicks fell unconscious, Dahmer strangled the youth to death with the bar of the dumbbell, then stripped the clothes from Hicks’s body before masturbating as he stood above the corpse.

ianbrady38:


As a young child he displayed the sadistic streak which resurfaced in a horrifying manner later in life.


He had a bad temper, often banging his head against a wall in rage - and was described by neighbours as a ”terrible heartbreak” to his foster mother.


As a child he tortured animals, once throwing a cat out of a top-floor window, and at school he beat up other children and repeatedly appeared in court for petty crime.

ianbrady38:

As a young child he displayed the sadistic streak which resurfaced in a horrifying manner later in life.

He had a bad temper, often banging his head against a wall in rage - and was described by neighbours as a ”terrible heartbreak” to his foster mother.

As a child he tortured animals, once throwing a cat out of a top-floor window, and at school he beat up other children and repeatedly appeared in court for petty crime.


Susan Wright became infamous when she stabbed her husband, Jeff Wright, 193 times and buried his body in their backyard in 2003. She was charged with second degree murder and convicted, currently serving a 20 year sentence.
While working as a waitress in 1997, she met her future husband, Jeff. They married a year later while she was already eight and a half months pregnant with their son, Bradley. In 2002, they had a daughter they named Kailey. Susan says that her husband became abusive during the first few years of being married. 
January 13, 2003: Susan Wright, aged 26, tied Jeff Wright, 34 years old, to their bed. She proceeded to stab him a total of 193 times using two knives. She buried his body in the backyard and attempted to hide evidence by painting the bedroom. The following day, Susan attempted to get a restraining order against the dead man by filing a domestic abuse report. 
At the trial, the medical examiner testified that Jeff Wright had a large amount of cocaine in his body on the night he was murdered. The amount was so much, his body hadn’t even metabolized it all. This supported the defense, who claimed he was intoxicated after coming home from boxing and punched his son, Bradley. 
On January 18, Susan Wright had her attorney, Neal Davis, come to her house and she gave him a confession and told him where the body was buried. She turned herself into authorities on January 24. 

Susan Wright became infamous when she stabbed her husband, Jeff Wright, 193 times and buried his body in their backyard in 2003. She was charged with second degree murder and convicted, currently serving a 20 year sentence.

While working as a waitress in 1997, she met her future husband, Jeff. They married a year later while she was already eight and a half months pregnant with their son, Bradley. In 2002, they had a daughter they named Kailey. Susan says that her husband became abusive during the first few years of being married. 

January 13, 2003: Susan Wright, aged 26, tied Jeff Wright, 34 years old, to their bed. She proceeded to stab him a total of 193 times using two knives. She buried his body in the backyard and attempted to hide evidence by painting the bedroom. The following day, Susan attempted to get a restraining order against the dead man by filing a domestic abuse report. 

At the trial, the medical examiner testified that Jeff Wright had a large amount of cocaine in his body on the night he was murdered. The amount was so much, his body hadn’t even metabolized it all. This supported the defense, who claimed he was intoxicated after coming home from boxing and punched his son, Bradley. 

On January 18, Susan Wright had her attorney, Neal Davis, come to her house and she gave him a confession and told him where the body was buried. She turned herself into authorities on January 24. 

criminalprofiler:

Harvey Glatman - The Lonely Hearts Killer
As a teenager in the 1940’s, Glatman would break into women’s apartments, assault them and take souvenirs, and he ended up serving an 8-month prison sentence. He then started posing as a photographer looking for models, and killed at least 4 women (whom he took many photos of). He was gassed in 1959 in San Quentin.

criminalprofiler:

Harvey Glatman - The Lonely Hearts Killer

As a teenager in the 1940’s, Glatman would break into women’s apartments, assault them and take souvenirs, and he ended up serving an 8-month prison sentence. He then started posing as a photographer looking for models, and killed at least 4 women (whom he took many photos of). He was gassed in 1959 in San Quentin.

crimesandkillers:

Dennis Nilsen Quotes

"I don’t lose sleep over what I have done or have nightmares about it.
― Dennis Nilsen

"I stood there amazed. I found it all hard to believe, that I, Des Nilsen, had actually done all that."
― Dennis Nilsen

"I saw him… at peace in my armchair. I remember wishing he could stay in peace like that forever. I had a feeling of easing his burden with my strength."
― Dennis Nilsen

"In the morning he was lying dead on one of the beds fully clothed. He was dead. I got the impression he wanted to go, and I must have killed him. I can’t remember strangling him. I just sat there shocked."
― Dennis Nilsen

"I caused dreams which caused death. This is my crime."
― Dennis Nilsen